Can I buy Iphone without paying AT&T service charges.
I am looking forward for buying the next IPhone, Iphone 4gs from US by my international credit card and giving my friend's address whose living currently in US. But I heard a bad news that as the number of Iphone jailbreaking is increasing, the AT&T has started keeping the our credit card numbers from which we do the payment and later they keep on taking their service provider's charges. Is this news correct? If yes then is their any way by which I could use jailbreaked Iphone which I got to know from your wonderful site but also save myself from paying unnecessarily AT&T service charges.
Yes. You can buy one for full price and take it to tmobile or any other gsm carrier.
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